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Myron T. Herrick, Paris, Ambassador to France, Lucy Wortham James, Caroline Marina Parmely, resignation
The document is a typed letter from the Ambassador to France, Myron T. Herrick, to the Assistant Secretary of State. He conveys his esteem for Huntington Wilson and wishes to remain in touch.
Myron T. Herrick
Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson
Folder 10, Document 3
Paris, February 7, 1913.
Hon. Huntington Wilson,
Assistant Secretary of State.
Washington, D. C.
My dear Mr. Wilson:
On the assumption that you, like myself, will sooner or later have an opportunity to return to private life under the new administration, I take this occasion to express my appreciation of your many courtesies, and to assure you that I have found it a pleasure to work with you, -- indeed, a great pleasure, which has stimulated an earnest desire on my part to continue our friendship in the years to come.
With assurances of my regard, and with every good wish, believe me,
Yours very sincerely,
[Mrs. Herrick and myself shall look forward to seeing you and Mrs. Wilson here in the Spring].
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Herrick, Myron T., "Letter From Myron T. Herrick to Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson, February 7, 1913" (1913). Other Correspondence. 226.